Popular Post PeterBolt Posted May 7, 2021 Popular Post Share Posted May 7, 2021 (edited) 60x300s captured with my Canon EOS 1000D (modified), 200P and Celestron AVX. I think my star shape is improving. I made some further adjustments to the primary mirror clips and also dialled down the dither - reducing the aggressiveness and allowing it more time to settle. Last night was also my first attempt at a scheduled meridian flip which was amazing to watch! I really do like N.I.N.A. I did however notice that although my guiding in RA was consistent on both sides of the meridian my guiding in DEC was noticeably worse after the flip. Any ideas? Edited May 7, 2021 by PeterBolt 10 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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